This is a male:
What a fatty!
Turns out it's a Cephalobarus macrocephalus in the long nosed weevil group.
Congratulations on the new lens and very nice shots with it.
Nice job Grandad but think the leg indentations add a bit of edge...like she just left a "bondage" shoot.
The cockamamie photo angle was quite the Facebook/Instagram fad but not seeing it so much anymore.
Thanks for that Ron. I just saw a review of the 5D Mk IV by Glen Bartley who shoots under the same conditions I do. He did not find substantial...
Sincere question with no intention to offend, are we looking at a woman or a man? The photos though are excellent and while the zinc...
Thanks for that Ron. Why would the 1Dx be preferred for wildlife?
Well now after reading your posts I think I'll just saving up for the 5Dmkiv.
I was just reading the DPreview review and came across this comment:
"Through-the-finder AF less accurate than competition" This sounds like it...
Interesting Panda, thanks.
Thank you friends. It's an unusual moth indeed.
Montaine Woodcreeper with something with very long antennae.
A female Masked Trogon with a delicasy.
Well I've been waiting for the 7D III too but the reality is I definitely under use the abilities of my 7D II. It certainly would be nice to get...
Derrel do you mean the EF series lenses will not fit the new EOS 90D DSLR? Confused here.
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